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02/23/05 Press Release: Privacilla Editor Named to Department of Homeland Security Privacy Panel
02/23/05 Book Review: The Limits of Privacy
01/31/05 Book Review: No Place to Hide: Behind the Scenes of Our Emerging Surveillance Society
01/27/05 Remarks to the Consumer Data Industry Association Annual Conference Entitled “A National ID: Government Initiatives and the Private Sector”
01/14/05 Book Review: The Open Society Paradox: Why the 21st Century Calls for More Openness — Not Less
01/04/05 Book Review: Philosophical Dimensions of Privacy: An Anthology
12/15/04 Updated Page: Automobile "Black Boxes" - includes sample text for letter to Congress
12/15/04 Book Review: Who Goes There?: Authentication Through the Lens of Privacy
12/04/04 Remarks on National IDs to the American Legislative Exchange Council’s Trade and Transportation Task Force
12/04/04 Remarks Entitled “Reality and Rhetoric in the Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Debate” to the American Legislative Exchange Council’s Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development Task Force
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